How to Ship Freight Like a Pro

Businesses looking to ship large orders of commercial goods, such as building supplies, automotive parts, or palletized goods, need to be aware of the unique requirements these types of shipments must adhere to. Generally an order of merchandise or commodities weighing 150lbs or more up to 8 or sometimes 10 pallets is considered LTL freight.

What is a Supply Chain Network and How Does it Work?

Supply chains are a part of our everyday lives, whether we notice them or not. Every time you purchase something at the store, you’re interacting with a supply chain. Chances are you’ve heard of a supply chain network, but what exactly does that mean? And why are supply chain networks so crucial for streamlined logistics? 
Managing an effective supply chain is complex and constantly changing. A supply chain network allows companies to understand the total movement of materials and subsequent data from beginning to end.

Freight Claims: Guide in Lost & Concealed Damage Shipping Claims

As any driver knows, accidents can happen on the road. Nobody wants to deal with missing or damaged goods, but business owners must know how to deal with freight claims if the worst should happen. Lost or damaged freight is a challenge, even when dealing with the leading shipping companies. To help you navigate the shipping claims world, let’s discuss the six most common types of claims businesses are likely to encounter.


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